Lesters Builders Case Study:
1930's Loft Conversion, Newlands Road, Tunbridge wells, Kent
We removed the existing roof structure to this 1930 semi detached house in Newlands Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. The roof tiles were staked to one side for re-instatement following the roof changes. The gable end of the house was pulled up and the roof changed to a gable end instead of a hip. We formed new dormer windows to the rear with a flat roof over. This provided increased head height internally which enabled the space for 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom within the roof space.
The new shower room had a power shower, WC and wash hand basin finished with ceramic wall tiles.
A new staircase rising from the 1st floor up to this new airy loft landing with new window to side elevation to provide light to the stair way.
The structural steel work was craned in to the property.
Our client decorated the project themselves and has now a wonderful space for their growing family to spread out in to.
Newlands Road has a large number of 1930s semi detached houses some of which have had loft changes over the past years. I feel the design and style of this conversion works the best for aesthetic and practical use of the hidden potential within the large roof spaces.
"The extension has transformed our lives and blended seamlessly with our Victorian house."
Rebecca, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
"Glenn and his team of builders made every effort to construct our extension on time and within budget. Thanks Glenn."
Sarah, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent